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The 100 Boss Talks Octavia and Ilian's New Romance — or Lack Thereof

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When last we saw The 100‘s Octavia, she was seeking shelter from a downpour of toxic rain — while turning up the heat with Season 4 newcomer Ilian. So, what’s next?

RelatedMay Sweeps/Finale Preview: Get 140+ Spoilers, Plus Exclusive Photos!

Octavia is seen again when The 100 returns Wednesday (The CW, 9/8c), and even though most of her scenes are opposite Ilian, executive producer Jason Rothenberg suggests fans hold off before going all in on this potential new couple.

“I don’t think that night in the cave did much for Octavia,” Rothenberg admits to TVLine. “I feel like she »


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Fargo: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Teases Nikki Swango's Unimaginable Journey, Stands 'Totally in Awe' of Noah Hawley

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Rarely does cold-blooded murder actually involve freon. But as FX’s Fargo let loose with its third season, Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Nikki Swango let fly with a fourth-story air conditioner unit to eliminate, brutally, a loose thread in boyfriend Ray’s scheme to get rich, quick.

After which she probably turned her attention back to competitive bridge strategy.

RelatedFargo Premiere Recap: ‘I Won’t Lie, It Didn’t Go Smooth’

As Episode 2 of the new “year” nears, Wednesday at 10/9c, TVLine spoke with Winstead about Nikki’s wants and desires, Ewan McGregor pulling double duty, butting heads with »


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ABC Sets Finale Dates for Grey's, Scandal, Once, DWTS and 16 Others

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Heads-up: Tgit goes Bfn in less than four weeks.

Shonda Rhimes’ Thursday juggernaut signs off for the season on Thursday, May 18, with a one-hour Grey’s Anatomy finale and a two-hour Scandal sendoff. The Catch, meanwhile, wraps its second season a week earlier (on Thursday, May 11).

RelatedThe CW Sets Finale Dates for Riverdale, The Originals, The Flash and 7 Others

Scroll down to view ABC’s entire list of finale dates, and then hit the comments with an answer to this question: Which season-ender are you anticipating the most?

Sunday, April 30

American Crime 10pm

Wednesday, May 10

black-ish 9:30 pm

Thursday, May 11

The Catch 10 pm

Friday, »


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Turn Gets Final Season Premiere Date: Check Out the Patriotic Key Art

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Turn: Washington’s Spies has set a date for its last battle.

The fourth and final season of AMC’s Revolutionary War drama will premiere Saturday, June 17 at 9/8c with a two-hour premiere, the network announced on Tuesday. Jamie Bell (Fantastic Four) stars as Abraham Woodhull, a member of a spy ring fighting the British on behalf of the American colonists.

RelatedInto the Badlands Renewed for Supersized Season 3 at AMC

Along with the premiere date, AMC released key art for Turn‘s final season, with the tagline “Finish the Fight.” The key art features Bell as Woodhull standing in front of the American flag, »


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TVLine Items: The Detour Renewed, Celebrity Undercover Boss and More

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The Parker family’s dysfunctional antics will continue, now that TBS has given a green light to Season 3 of The Detour.

RelatedSamantha Bee, TBS to Host Rival White House Correspondents’ Dinner

The Detour closes out its sophomore run with a new episode tonight at 10/9c, followed by a super-sized season finale, which will be presented with limited commercial interruption at 10:30.

“Season 2 has been so smart, hilarious and wrong,” TBS Svp Thom Hinkle said in a statement. “And from the early nuggets I’ve gotten from [creators] Jason [Jones, who also stars] and Sam [Bee], Season 3 is going to be even more effed up.”

RelatedCable »


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Titans: Live-Action DC Comics Series Back on Track, With a Surprising Home

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The live-action incarnation of DC Comics’ Titans property that until January 2016 was in development at TNT has found new life, and a very new home.

RelatedTitans: TNT’s DC Comics Adaptation Is Not Moving Forward

Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment announced on Tuesday that executive producers Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter are set to bring the up-and-coming superheroes to life in 2018, in a series that will stream exclusively on a DC-branded direct-to-consumer digital service.

Operated by Warner Bros. Digital Networks Group, the new digital service promises to deliver “an immersive experience designed just for DC fans. »


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Shadowhunters Season 2B Promo Offers First Look at Sebastian

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Ready or not, here he comes!

Freeform has, at long last, unveiled the official promo for Shadowhunters Season 2B — premiering Monday, June 5 at 8/7c — giving eager fans their first look at Will Tudor as the infamous Sebastian.

RelatedShadowhunters Renewed for Season 3

TVLine broke the news about Tudor’s casting back in January, revealing that the show’s version of Sebastian will be slightly different from the one fans know from the books. For starters, unlike in the books, he does not hail from the Shadowhunters’ Paris Institute.

“When he taped, he had an American accent, which was really interesting, »


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Into the Badlands Renewed for Supersized Season 3 at AMC

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AMC is heading back Into the Badlands… and it’s staying there a bit longer this time.

The martial-arts drama has been renewed for a third season, the network announced on Tuesday, with Season 3 expanding to a total of 16 episodes. Set in a post-apocalyptic world where fighters battle with fists and swords instead of guns, Badlands is currently airing its 10-episode Season 2 on Sunday nights.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

AMC touts Badlands as the season’s fourth highest-rated scripted drama on cable, pulling in 3.6 million viewers a week in Live+3 viewing. »


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Powerless (Essentially) Cancelled at NBC After Remaining Episodes Pulled

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NBC is pulling the plug on Powerless.

The superhero-adjacent comedy has been yanked from the Peacock Network’s Thursday night schedule, which means it’s as good as cancelled. The switch starts this week, with Superstore shifting into its former 8:30/7:30c timeslot. (Superstore repeats will run at 8 pm for the next two weeks.)

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Powerless, starring Vanessa Hudgens as the research director at a security company that protects average citizens from the superhero battles raging all around them, has struggled in the ratings since its February 2 debut. »


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Girls Ep Dismisses 'Ridiculous' Baby Backlash: 'I Won't Even Dignify It'

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Even in its final episode, Girls still managed to stir up controversy. But executive producer Jenni Konner is done defending it.

RelatedGirls Ep Solves the Final Season’s Biggest Mystery: Where Was Shosh?

The HBO comedy’s series finale saw Lena Dunham’s Hannah welcome her baby boy Grover into the world, but some viewers — including us — questioned how Hannah and her baby daddy Paul-Louis (played by guest star Riz Ahmed) could have had such a dark-skinned baby. Konner refuses to address the backlash, though.

“I’m going to gracefully bow out of the last controversy hopefully we will ever have about Girls, »


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Ratings: Gotham Returns Down, Supergirl and Jane Also Hit Lows

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Following a three-month break, Fox bubble drama Gotham resumed Season 3 on Monday night with 3 million total viewers and a 1.0 demo rating (per finals), down 14 percent and a tenth from its winter finale to hit and match series lows.

Gotham however was up two tenths in the demo from time slot squatter 24: Legacy‘s week-ago finale. Readers gave The Riddler’s official debut an average grade of “B+.”

RelatedGotham Recap: Prescription for Riddlin’

Leading out of that, Apb (2.7 mil/0.7) ticked up with its finale.

Elsewhere….

The CW | Supergirl returned from a month-long break to 1.8 million viewers and a 0.5 rating, down »


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A-List TV Titans' Best & Worst: Every Shonda Rhimes Series Ranked

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Sick of run-of-the-mill best-and-worst lists? We were, too. So in this new series of features, TVLine is singling out the small screen’s biggest behind-the-scenes titans, then ranking their output from their least to most impressive creations.

You know you’ve really made it in showbiz when you own a day — and, as ABC learned the hard way, Thursdays belong to Shonda Rhimes.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Since writing Britney Spears’ 2001 movie debut Crossroads, the Shondaland founder has gone on to launch one hit series (Grey’s Anatomy »


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Disney Channel's Descendants 2 to Also Premiere on ABC, Freeform and Others

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It will be hard to elude the magic of Descendants 2.

VideosDescendants 2 Watch First Footage From Disney Channel Sequel

The cast of the TV-movie sequel announced on Tuesday (in the video above) that it will premiere on Friday, July 21 at 8/7c — simultaneously on five total networks.

In addition to bowing on Disney Channel, the music-driven follow-up will air on ABC, Freeform, Disney Xd and Lifetime, in what the kids tout as an “unprecedented” scheduling move.

PhotosDescendants 2: Meet Ursula, Captain Hook and Gaston’s Offspring

With Dove Cameron (Liv and Maddie), Cameron Boyce (Jessie), Sofia Carson, »


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Prison Break: Paul Adelstein Previews a Punchy 'Reunion' — Watch Sneak Peek

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This Tuesday on Prison Break (Fox, 9/8c), two different kinds of longtime adversaries come face to face, when Kellerman receives a visit from T-Bag.

And while it’s tempting to call it a reunion , Paul Adelstein is quick to note that although Kellerman had his fingers in many a pie back in the day, the two characters never really shared a proper scene during the original series’ run.

“At the end of Season 4, the Scylla storyline, [Robert] Knepper and I talked about how we had never exchanged words on the show — and yet we always longed for it,” Adelstein tells TVLine. »


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Six Feet Under, The Wire and More HBO Shows Leaving Amazon Prime

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If you’ve been getting your vintage HBO fix from Amazon Prime as of late, we’ve got some bad news.

A number of series — including The Sopranos, Six Feet Under and The Wire — will no longer be available on the streaming service as of Sunday, May 21.

RelatedGilmore Girls Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Snags 2-Season Order at Amazon

As reported by Vulture, that date is exactly three years since Amazon Prime began offering HBO shows to subscribers, as part of a syndication deal between the two companies. Because HBO has not yet extended the deal — and »


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'Sad' Bill O'Reilly on Fox News Firing: 'The Truth Will Come Out'

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Bill O’Reilly has more to say about his recent ousting from Fox News.

The embattled TV host — who, last Wednesday, was fired from the cable news network after a series of sexual harassment allegations against him — spoke about his dismissal in a podcast posted to his official website.

“I am sad that I’m not on television anymore,” O’Reilly told listeners. “I was very surprised how it all turned out. I can’t say a lot, because there’s much stuff going on right now.”

RelatedBill O’Reilly Officially Out at Fox News

He continued: “But I can »


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Bates Motel Series Finale Recap: So, Were You Crazy About How It Ended?

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Warning: The following contains spoilers for the series finale of Bates Motel. Be sure to ask, “Mother, may I?” before proceeding.

None of us were really expecting a happy ending to Bates Motel, were we? And yet, in the craziest, most bittersweet of all possible ways, that was kind of what A&E’s superlative Psycho prequel gave not only us but also the fatally close mother/son duo of Norma and Norman. How did the show pull it off? Read on…

RelatedBates Motel EPs Detail Finale’s Killer Twist: ‘There Was No Other Option’

‘Goodbye, Norman’ | As “The Cord” began, »


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Bates Motel Finale: Freddie Highmore Reacts to 'Romantic' Ending, Pitches Reunion Movie Set in [Spoiler]

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The following story contains a crazy number of spoilers from this week’s Bates Motel series finale. You;d be nuts to proceed if you haven’t watched the episode. 

For Freddie Highmore, Bates Motel‘s most horrifying death occurred after production wrapped on A&E’s Psycho drama. “Twelve hours after we were done [shooting] at the house, we were seeing the various bits of the house arrive back at the stage,” the actor recalls to TVLine. “They’d been slashed up. I remember the beautiful rose window that’s sort of the centerpiece of the house and seeing that »


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Bates Motel EPs Detail Finale's Killer Twist: 'There Was No Other Option'

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The following story contains massive spoilers from this week’s Bates Motel series finale. Proceed at your own peril. 

Reunited and it feels so… gosh darn heartbreaking.

In Bates Motel‘s series finale on Monday, Norman (with an assist from brother Dylan) took his own life and was promptly returned to Norma’s loving, heaven-sent arms (read full recap here). It was a fittingly tragic conclusion to the series’ wholly satisfying five-year run — but was it the ending executive producers Kerry Ehrin and Carlton Cuse always envisioned? That was the first of many burning questions I threw out at them »


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Better Call Saul Recap: Family Court

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Need to catch up? Check out our previous Better Call Saul recap here.

Jimmy has a fool for a client this week on Better Call Saul, as he looks to represent himself in court after his brotherly tiff with Chuck.

Following last week’s ambush, he calls into the office and tells Francesca to push back all his appointments — since, you know, he’s expecting to be arrested any minute. He sits on the curb outside Chuck’s house, despondent, and Chuck comes out to tell him he’s pressing charges against Jimmy for his own good: “You won’t want to hear it, »


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